Rackwick Burn sounds like an unfortunate little rash but is actually the name of a small stream on the Orkney Island of Hoy.
What a thrill to have been able to photograph Orkney from the air in a tiny light aircraft.
More Aerial Photography
Lighthouse shadows I had an enjoyable time flying a drone this summer. I only set it up a few times, as I… read more
Noltland Castle I've wanted to take a decent photograph of Noltland Castle ever since I first saw it, as I struggled up… read more
Fields like corduroy I love the hay and silage fields on Westray. From above they look just like corduroy, with their parallel cords… read more
Grobust Grobust is one of my favourite beaches on Westray. Can you see the bodyboarders with their bright boards? I love… read more
Silage and Hay I've enjoyed seeing the meadows being cut on Westray this summer and then being baled and wrapped. The skill of… read more
A flying visit Our friend is coming out to Westray for a visit today. He's flying his light aircraft over from the Orkney… read more
Flying shadows A trip on a light aircraft gives a wonderful perspective of Orkney. Here there are cattle, sheep and our shadow. read more
The Brough of Birsay from the air One end of the Brough of Birsay in Orkney is very different from the other. read more
The Bay of Noup The Bay of Noup looks to have beautiful sand on this rocky and rugged coastline. read more
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